August 2, 2010
Written by Sue · Filed Under U.S.
2 Responses to “GOPers Kyl, Graham Seek to Change Citizenship Clause of 14th Amendment”
According to Media Matters, the Supreme Court has already upheld this clause in the 14th Amendment. I don’t understand why these two are ginning up fear on this issue. Could it be that they see newborns as a threat to them in some way?
We should expect more than this level of competence from all of our members of Congress. Graham is/was a military lawyer, so it would seem that he knows SOMETHING about the Constitution. I follow politics in SC, and I think this is Graham’s attempt at mitigating the anger of the tea partiers.
Jon Kyl was not born in Arizona, and by his own logic, should not be permitted to hold public office as a representative of that State.
I should very much like to see proof that the grandparents (or if appropriate, great-grandparents) of both Kyl and Graham entered this country legally. Did they have permission of the legal owners of the continent – the native Americans who were displaced by force of arms?
There’s a special place in Hell for hypocrites like Kyl and Graham. I would like them to go there immediately.
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